- Everyone is entitled to equal rights and treatment under the law. This also means respecting the dignity of all people and never legislating to limit their rights.
- No one should be denied their basic rights because of economic status, class, race, color, creed, age, ethnic identity, ethnicity, national origin, language, culture, gender, gender identification, sexual orientation, religion, or disabilities.
- This includes a commitment to marriage equality for LGBT couples, reproductive rights for women, full municipal privileges and responsibilities regardless of immigration status, and strengthening diversity in all our public institutions.
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